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Chi Chi Izundu is an award-winning radio journalist based in London, United Kingdom. She is a news and entertainment reporter at BBC News. [4] [1]

Education

Izundu attended Maria Fidelis Convent School from 1991-1998, where she received 10 GCSE's and 3 A Levels, getting A-C grades . [4]

She went on to attend City, University of London graduating in 2003, with a post graduate diploma in broadcast journalism. [4]

Career

Early Beginnings

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Samples of Chi Chi Izundu's "Single Girl" column for Girl About Town Magazine[4]

Chi Chi Izundu started her career in 1997 as a columnist for Girl About Town Magazine. Her column was called "Single Girl," in which she wrote reflective observations on life as a single woman living in London. [4]

During her time writing this column, she also freelanced for Cosmopolitan and earned her first radio broadcasting position: a Broadcast Assistant for BBC GMR (Greater Manchester Radio); the radio station is now known as BBC Radio Manchester. [4]

In April 2001, Izundu became a Broadcast Assistant for BBC London 94.9. She took part in assiting for shows among the likes of the Jon Gaunt Show, The Saturday Sports Show, and the Vanessa Feltz show. [4] She became a producer for the radio station in July 2002. [4]

From 2002 to 2005, Izundu was a freelance reporter for several publishers, including Sky News, ITN, and Virgin Radio. She reported on several events including crime, entertainment and showbiz stories. [4]

BBC (2005 - Present)

Izundu first joined BBC News in September 2005. She currently appears as a reporter on BBC's the Victoria Derbyshire program. [4]

The Indian Spring (Book)

In April 2012, Chi Chi Izundu began writing a women's fiction novel calledThe Indian Spring. [4] The story is about a woman named Karen Whelan who meets a man named Matt online.

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